Project - Accucaps Industries Ltd.

Accucaps Industries Ltd.

Location: Strathroy, ON
Size: Renovation and Upgrade


This project included the renovation and upgrade of the facility to comply with Health Canada, GMP (Good Manufacturing Practice) and FDA (Food & Drug Administration) criteria for the manufacturing of a proposed new pharmaceutical product. The project included the construction of Encapsulation Suites, Drying Tunnels and Sorting Suites, Negative Pressure Air Locks, Gel Preparation and Pharmaceutical Product Manufacturing, Processing, Packaging & Storage Suites. Application of polymer-modified plaster, epoxy wall, ceiling & floor finishes, radius coved flat surface transitions, polished stainless steel shrouds & service plates and sloped window & door frame details were just some of the specific architectural finishes and highly specialist installations stipulated by GMP / FDA criteria. Specialized interior wall, ceiling & floor finishes, HVAC, mechanical piping, electrical equipment & systems upgrades and new installations within a fully operational “clean” pharmaceutical manufacturing facility and incorporating process piping & equipment were also included on this project.

Customer Experience

"We Chose the Rosati Group to work with after interviewing a number of potential construction companies.  Ultimately, we felt the Rosati Group offered us the best value and was the right company to partner with for our pharmaceutical expansion project.  We are very pleased with Rosati's attention to detail and overall project management approach.."

Tom Hawkeswood

Project Director

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